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rider as a family need neeplea answers. >> bernie sanders pulls off wins in alaska, hawaii and washington state. the challenges that lie ahead. happy easter sunday to you. >> those of you heading to easter services may want to bring along a rain coat or umbrella. meteorologist tom kierein is tracking some showers moving our way. >> right now starting off though with dry conditions. even though we have a lot of clouds, it's rather chilly, we have temperatures only around 50 free degrees now. if you'll be out visiting family, we'll be in the mid-50s with dry pavement. just a lot of clouds around and a slight chance of some sprinkles maybe when you're heading back home by late this afternoon with temperatures in the upper 50s mid to late afternoon. right now nearest rain on radar is well south and east of the metro he area. those areas in green mostly light rain, ar
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moderate showers around norfolk and hampton roads automatic over the atlantic ocean pulling well away from the metro area for this morning. new hour by hour timing on the rain arrival later tonight is coming up. developing this morning, the alexandria police department is investigating an in-custody death, a 54-year-old male inmate had a medical emergency last night at the adult detention center. he was rushed to inova, but died. the man was in the custody of the sheriff's office either of the medical emergency. he was being held on federal charges but police are not he releast vealing tr revealing the charges. and bernie sanders swept all three weekend caucuses. alaska, hawaii, and washington state. that still leaves hillary clinton with a 700 delegate lead
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sanders has pulled in 994 delegates so far. in ten minutes, chuck todd will join us with what sanders needs to do to edge clinton in the race. thousands celebrateded easter at one of the nation's largest masses right here in the district. capital church held its 38th annual sunrise service this morning on the steps of the lincoln memorial. derrick ward is there live and he's been talking to some of the folks that have been coming from near and far. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well, of course it wasn't the most spectacular of sunrises this morning, but i think a reasonably safe assumption to say that above the clouds the sun did indieed rise and people started gathering before the sunrise to be there and have a good spot for the service. it's been happening for the past 38 years. and started out with maybe
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couple thousand people. 7,000 people the year before this, and this year probably that number and some. and for a lot of folks, this is the start of their day, a must do event here in washington. >> we've done most of the traditional things, so this seemed like a wonderful thing when i saw it on the bucket list. a great way to spend easter service. we knew we'd go to church, we've been to the cathedral before so thought this might be special and different. >> reporter: and as you can he see, things are back it relatively normal on the steps of the lincoln memorial, but a lot of people very happy to start their easter sunday with this service. we're live at the lincoln memorial, derrick ward, news 4. and traffic alert now if you're driving through old town alexandria today. street closures are in effect until twechl ch12:30. last year president obama and the first family spent their easter sunday at the histori
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alfred street baptist church. if you're traveling or attending church in that area today, give yourself some extra time. here is a look now at pope francis delivering mass at st. peter's square. tens of thousands came out for the pontiff's traditional easter blessing and his speech on world affairs. pope francis has denounced those carrying out terrorist acts while procefaning god's name. mayor bowser says the gunne platform at the deanwood station will be brought to just sis. darcy spencer has more. >> it was wrong. it was totally wrong. >> reporter: this woman was with her daughter and grandkids getting ready to ride the train at the deanwood metro station when the shots rang out. >> all i heard,
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so i was trying to console them. >> reporter: a teenager shot and killed in broad daylight on the platform at the station in northeast d.c. >> what did you do. >> grabbed my kids. >> reporter: the boy was taken to the hospital where he later died. the station was shut down for hours as police scoured the crime scene. shuttle buses were offered to riders who were stuck at the station. police are reviewing security camera footage as they search for the shooter. police say the victim was targeted. >> any idea what this was about? >> don't know. we don't know what the subject matter was. but it doesn't seem to be random.
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>> reporter: mayor bowser promised police would find whoever opened fire. >> we're going to make sure that all of the resources of this government brings these people to justice. >> reporter: the shooting is the latest act of violence on metro property. >> i will not catch deanwood train no more. an american couple missing since the brussels airport bombings have been confirmed dead. family members confirmed justin and stephanie shults were killed tuesday. the couple was dropping stephanie's mother off at the airport and watching her go through security when the bomb went off. the two moved to belgium two years ago for work. at least 31 were killed and more than 200 hurt in the terror attacks. and the first criminal charges have been filed in connection with the attacks. belgian prosecutors say the man had a core role. he was arrested thursday in a raid and charged with terrorist murder. two other men have also been arrested and charged with involvement in the acties
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well, it will be a much cooler and colder and cloudier easter sunday. storm team 4 is tracking showers that could impact your plans this afternoon. and on your monday morning commute. there was a ton of kids crying because they either didn't get anything, were pushed over. >> pushing and shoving leads to chaos at an easter egg hunt. what had parents going at it and stealing from kids. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years our competitors
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rockville's hard times cafe has reopened after a cyber attack forced them to close. the restaurant had to temporarily shut down after its computers got infected with something that is known as ransom ware. according to our news partner wtop, the restaurant had to either pay the $10,000 ransom or rebuild its computer system from the ground up.
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was closed. restaurant will be closed today for easter, but will reopen for normal hours tomorrow. well, connecticut easter egg turns chaotic. >> witnesses say adults were pushing kids as they tried to find eggs. this happened in orange, connecticut. staff said they put out 10,000 eggs over three fields. different age groups were supposed to egg hunt at different times, but some parents didn't listen. some trampled signs and one stole a child's eggs. >> someone took the eggs and broke my bucket. >> it was ridiculous, the parents were literally a poster for everything not to do. >> the staff says they were so overwhelmed with the crowd they couldn't control it.
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despite the clouds and cool temperature, still a good day to get out for a blossom stroll. there is a live view of the tidal basin where there are thousands of people there now on the path around the tidal basin, tour buses have been going by, cars. but despite the clouds, still a great day to enjoy. still quite a spectacle. you will need a warm coat this morning and a jacket during the afternoon. have an umbrella if you'll be out late this afternoon. slight chance of a few sprinkles. an hour and hour timing in a few minutes. bernie sanders is gaining momentum with wins this this weekend in alaska, hawaii, washington state. >> and joining us now to break it all down is chuck todd. it is all about the number of delegates. so you're saying he has a chance? >> well, yeah i think it's fair you're referencing mr. kerry and
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he has more of a chance than jim carrey had in that movie. the iron any is he has to win by huge margins to catch up to hillary clinton. he got those. but can he get 65% of the vote in the wisconsinpennsylvania, c. pennsylvania, california, new york account for 70% and he has to win by giant martins. anything is possible, but we're looking at a one in a million chance. >> so switch to go the gop side, 1237 is the magic number. >> yes, we'll all learn that number. it's imprint order ed on my min. >> you'll have governor causesic kasich on your show. obviously that's not feasible for him, but saying take it to the convention. >> i think going to a
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convention is very feasible. we'll tell but double agent delegates, that is already the ted cruz campaign believes they have gotten double agents. meaning people who will agree to support trump who they have to, but then become double agents and support krooucruz. and zombie delegates pledged to people who are dead. these will be the major players perhaps if it goes to a second ballot and this is what trump has to worry about and what case he can acase iksni kasich and c counting on. >> it will be interesting. >> zombie apocalypse. show at 10:30. zombie gel gdelegates is a good tease. from yeah, it is. "meet the press" right here at 10:30. nd
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journey that started on the battlefield of afghanistan ended right in our area. >> rocky the dog was hurt by a roadside bomb. few thought that he would walk again but he's recovered and made its way back to the soldier that stood by him on the battlefield. kerry sanders has more. >> reporter: rocky, u.s. army, combat veteran. to see him today, you'd be hard pressed to know a roadside bomb left him lame. you may remember this viral potential, rocky sitting on the bed with his partner army specialist andrew brown. the two initially recovering together at a u.s. military hospital in germany. and, yes, that's a purple heart on rockery's collar. like any other member of the u.s. military, rehabilitating rocky's back left leg became a mission. >> extremely painful injury. and a lot of dozen missing and burn injury from the blast itself. >> seven weeks in to his recoverynd
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>> he's a great temperament which makes it easy. >> 3 1/2 months from the day the bomb exploded, rocky is quick, alert, strong. finally a day of celebration, leaving helped those who have taken rocky so far, a veteran now homeward bound. back on u.s. soil at walter reed hospital near the nation's capital, a reunion. that moment when a long deployed soldier finally sees family again. >> he saw me, he was like, oh, there is my dad. >> reporter: specialist andrew brown himself still can going through physical therapy. and whether rocky returns to work or not, one thing is for certain.
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brown's care. the two bonded in service, bonded for life. >> feels really good to see him pretty much back to normal for the most part. >> well, rocky is still on active duty, so this weekend he reported to ft. hood in texas. officials there will decide if he's going to remain on active duty. we have some serious questions here. we have some eggs to hunt, so we have clouds. does that mean rain? >> it looks like rain when you look out the window, but i don't think we'll see any rain coming in for a while. you can check it wherever you are with the nbc washington app. the latest storm team 4 radar and right now, just clouds and over the next hour by hour, we'll have clouds lingering into the afternoon hours. but late afternoon, that's when we might get a few sprinkles rying on come in and between now and then, temperatures just in the mitt
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will be the high for the day. as we look at storm team 4 radar now, the sprinkles and light rain we've seen, that is breaking up and bulk of the moderate showers now just east but other rains west of norfolk, that also will track well south of us for the morning hours. it's this larger area of rain off the gulf, that will be tracking in here but not until later this evening. the new hour by hour times on that, this is as of 2:00 this afternoon. still dry here, just cloudy. the area you see in the light green, a few sprinkles by 7:00 p.m. that may be starting to come up toward fredericksburg. around 9:00, maybe just a few sprinkles. but then the steadier rain moves in around midnight tonight. could be moderate at times especially east of washington.
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tomorrow, a wet morning commute, maryland, virginia, west virginia. but by 9:00, most of it is done. just lingering clouds. so for the white house egg roll for monday morning, the showers should be endg inby 9:00 a.m., but the grass may stay wet until around noontime. temperatures should be in the 50s. during the afternoon, sun breaks out, a blustery wind, highs reaching upper 60s on monday afternoon. winds may gust 30, 35 miles an hour. four day forecast showing cooler weather on tuesday. mid-40s in the morning. fine with afternoon highs around 60 which is about the average this time of year. and then wednesday, partly cloudy, chilly in the morning, only around 40, but afternoon highs low 60s. toward the end of the week, 7 day outlook, chance ever showers on thursday afternoon and evening, but a greater chance thursday night into
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low 60s on friday. and then next weekend trying out and highs in the 50s with sunshine back. time now is 10:21. four things you need to know today. the alexandria police department investigating an in-custody death. a 54-year-old male inmate had a medical emergency last night at the adult detention center in alexandria. he was rushed to inova hospital but dit just after 11:00 p.m. the man was being held on federal charges. a teen was shot and killed on the platform at the deanwood metro station. d.c. police say he was targeted. d.c. mayor muriel bowser is optimistic that police will catch the suspects. there's people have been arrested and charged with their roles in the terror attacks in brussels. at least 31 killed and more than 200 others hurt after the bombs went off in an airport and subway. close to 7,000 people came out to celebrate easter
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it was the8th annual sunrise service. and one of the most famous names in history and a mystery hidden in his final resting weace. reveal the answer to an age old rumor solved by modern science. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years our competitors have received a few awards. but we've received a few more, including jd power who ranked us highest in customer satisfaction for the third year in a row.
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st says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message. it looks like shakespeare's skull really is missing from his grave.
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concluded. they say the findings are very, very convincing. they were presented in a british documentary last night. no word on whether they will try any other technique to try to locate his alleged missing skull. march madness continues tonight as syracuse tries to stop uva. it's the first time that the cavaliers have been in the elite eight since 1995. but tonight, they hope to advance and make it into the final four. >> it's a challenging zone no doubt, but i think some experience makes you respect it even more. >> uva takes on syracuse tonight at 6:09 in chicago. and we wish them good luck in tonight's game. >> indeed. one last look at the weather. >> we got the clouds around, but that shouldn't stop you from playing a round of golf, chris gordon. >> thank you. >> or getting out and just enjoying our spring
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color around your neighborhood. let alone the tidal basin. later today upper 50s. probably no rain until after sunset and showers likely late tonight into early tomorrow morning. waiting for the bus on monday morning, you might want to say my kingdom for an umbrella as we'll have showers tomorrow morning and then sund back in te afternoon. >> that's it for news 4 today. "meet the press" is next. >> happy easter.
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mmmm, yoplait. this sunday, terror in brussels. after another horrific isis attack on yet another european capital. are major intelligence failings putting more lives at risk? >> this country seems overwhelmed by the scale of the threat. >> we'll have the latest from a city on edge. plus, the trump effect the republican race devolves even further, if that was possible, with a trump-cruz feud over the candidates' wives. >> donald, you're a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> is this now the new normal? also, convention chaos. >> the delegates are not bound to vote according to the results of the primary. >> how the republican establishment can deny donald trump the nomination no matter how many states he wins.


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